Found December 03, 2012 on Fox Sports Florida:
WASHINGTON Mike Miller grew during the offseason. Well, at least thats the word on the Miami Heat.The swingman long has been listed at 6-foot-8. But this season hes said to really be that height.Hes 6-8 again, cracked Heat center Chris Bosh. Hes not hunched over.Due to a bulging disk in his back, Miller last season waddled around like Quasimodo. He was in so much pain he thought about retiring after Miamis title run.But Miller, 32, who rehabbed during the summer while not picking up a basketball for more than two months, feels like a new man and wants to play at least two more seasons after this one. He said this is the healthiest hes been in a long time.I feel better thanI'vefelt in five years. I dont know what it is, Miller, scarcely believing he could feel so good after electing not to have surgery during the offseason, said in an interview with FOX Sports Florida. I'vedealt with something every year for the last four. So, knock on wood, I feel great, I feel real good.Bu...
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